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Plenary Session of parliament cancelled
Publish Time 2016-03-30 15:24:00 Update Time 2016-03-30 16:04:00
The plenary session of the Georgian parliament has been cancelled for today. Lack of the quorum became the reason for disruption.
Presence of 76 lawmakers was necessary in the hall for holding of sitting. Registration was held three times. There were 68 MPs at first, 67 – for the second time and 54- third time.
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